3 This morning - a Baker County teen accused of bringing multiple knives to school - will go to court. Police say the 17-year-old planned to harm herself - and possibly students last month. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell is COVERING BAKER COUNTY - and joins us from the courthouse with what the sheriff says. 3 We spoke with Sheriff Joey Dobson and he says it's fortunate no one was hurt -- because things could have been a lot worse.According to the police report -- 17-year-old Rheanna Hodges made it clear she wanted to take her own life, as well as another student, possibly more.It all happened at the end of the school year in the cafeteria at Baker County High School when the Baker County Sheriff's Office says she showed up to school with these 4 knives.According to the report, she was planning to commit suicide, but she also put another student's life in danger when Hodges placed a knife at her throat. The girl was able to get away from Hodges and the knife, but not without a fight from Hodges. According to the report -- "After this failed attempt, Rheanna Hodges let go of the knife and was only holding it with one hand and began punching in the face a total of three times..." Sheriff Dobson says students and staff moved quickly -- to make sure no one else was hurt. 3 3 3 3 3 3 15:01:11 - they say it was handled very well, we had some without any question heros.The students and teacher there took charge of situation along with principal and SRO. What would have been very dangerous situation had quick ending and safe ending for everyone. Hodges is being charged as an adult and will have a bond hearing before a judge this morning here at the Baker County Courthouse at 9 o'clock and we will be there. 3 Elizabeth, Do you know what lead to her wanting to do all of this? 3 3 do all of this?